It strikes me that a fair number of survivors of the Titanic's sinking committed suicide, in years later. Other surivors seemed to have developed a psychosis about it. I've read accounts of several survivors who never talked about the Titanic for the rest of their lives (persons, in addition to, B. Ismay). I can think, offhand, of three who committed suicide, Frederick Fleet, Jack Thayer, and Washington Dodge. Does anyone know of others? Do you think that the suicides are related to the Titanic tragedy in any way? Does anyone have any thoughts on the effect that the tragedy had on survivors mental health in later years?